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farrell by trading mike aviles to the blue jays to bring their former pitching coach back to fenway park. this is only the seventh time in major league history that a team has traded for a manager. >>> and just ahead, a new baby for adele. new details about the filming of "hangover 3." >>> plus, an 11-year-old texan makes history. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." hope you had a wonderful weekend. maybe some umbrellas needed around chicago, illinois. maybe st. louis and southern portions of michigan today. but also anywhere in the northern rockies, some stormy weather. as far as the east coast and the southern half of the country goes, what a beautiful day today. even as we go into tomorrow, not a lot changes. it will be a little damp out there in a few spots, especially the northern half of the country hit and miss, but texas at 80, kansas city at 83 tomorrow. a very warm start to this week. won't stay that way, though. end of the week looks colder. >> thanks, bill. >>> time now for entertainment news. "paranormal activity 4" pulled in a lower than expect
disrespect to any of the applicants, particularly mr. oka. i'm sorry, supervisor farrell isn't here to see phase two of this task force purge completed. so, it looks like everything is going to plan, although the task force has been crippled for the last five months. the purge of the [speaker not understood] now leaves just two standing. and if the [speaker not understood] and the new american media don't stand their ground, then those two incumbents will go. because i'm sure that what's important is that you not have anybody who has any institutional knowledge or there be any continuity. i was born and raised in chicago and i practiced law for 50 years. mayor daly, the real richard daly, he ran the city with an iron fist. but everything he did was open and [speaker not understood]. he was well known because that was when he was asked, why only a citizen [speaker not understood], one of his sons, he said, if you can't give it to your kids, who can you give it to? well, that's something he did in chicago, but everybody [speaker not understood]. here it's different and i think the mayor coul
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farrell. [applause] >> that was a wonderful introduction to authors love great introduction and great reviews. for those of you out there go onto amazon and click four or five, don't think that we don't read every single one of them. and if you get a 4.5 you said the agency want to come you could have gone the extra half and given me a five? but the more and more i thought about that, i've of this is a great american thing that it was hard to get a five. a lot of people would do a review and and say this is a good book but it has a lot of legal fans, i'm not sure it's everybody's cup of tea and a show sort of a -- a tolerance that americans have. in one of my reviews was along that line. it came from the town library and in auburn maine. when they get a new book into the library she reads it and then she sent a little note around to everybody because the winters in maine are long. there's nothing like sitting in front of the fire as the snow comes down in june reading a good book. and this is what she wrote. she said, this is the definitive book of a great attorney, filled w
jiggle that handle. >> reporter: jonathan karl, abc news. >> the strategery. >> oh, that was will farrell doing bush. dana carvey doing the first push. tina fey, went through the roof after sarah palin. so many memorable moments. and there -- look at that. >> can i call you ron? >> ha-ha. >> well done. i like that. more from abc coming up next. god bless america. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
. >> you got to jiggle it. >> oh. the strategiry. >> oh, that was will farrell doing bush. dana carvey doing the first push. tina fey, went through the roof after sarah palin. so many memorable moments. and there -- >>> this morning on "world news now" -- a spin cycle. both sides go into full post-debate spin mode after the first presidential face-off. >> jobs, health care and the economy taking center stage in denver. it is thursday, october 4th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good thursday morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> give us a second. >> yeah. the large pizza. >> okay. i am paula faris. we'll go live to denver in a moment to see how analysts and voters are scoring the debate. >>> also ahead, back in business, american airlines says its fleet of 757s is good to go after being checked for the loose seat problem that caused trouble on three flights. >> good to know. also progress on the dispute with the labor union as well. hopefully progress there. >>> also later in this half hour, a bumper crop on chicago's south side. two football field's worth
have hired their former pitching coach, john farrell, as manager. the ex toronto skipper replaces valentine, who like guillen, was fired after just one season. and speaking of bobby valentine, he went on nbc sports networks "costas tonight" taking blame for the red sox abysmal season but also pointed a finger at sox slugger david ortiz. this is the quote. david ortiz came back after spending six weeks on the disabled list and we thought it was going to be a week. he got two hits, drove in a couple runs and we're off to the races. then he realized this trade meant we're not going to run this race, and we're not even going to finish the race properly, and he decided not to play anymore. i think at that time it was all downhill from there. and don't you know it, the red sox are now working to sign ortiz to a two-year contract. red sox gm ben cherington rejected valentine's remarks, saying he has no concerns about big papi's commitment. it's a soap opera in boston. that's a look at sports this morning. >>> on to our talkback question. do candidates' comments on rape and abortion influ
for the tigers. >> stat geek. >> to boston, yesterday john farrell spent the last two seasons as blue jays' manager, and he took that same job with the red sox yesterday. he'll be the manager in fenway agreeing to a three-year deal to become the 46th manager in red sox history. but it was boston's former manager, bobby v., bobby valentine, who found himself back in the headlines last night. in an interview with bob costas on the nbc sports network, valentine used his first public comments since the day he was fired to call out david ortiz who valentine says chose to miss playing time not because of an injury but because he knew the team was out of playoff contention. >> david ortiz came back after, you know, spending six weeks on a disabled list, we thought it was going to be only a week, and he got two hits the first two times up, drove in a couple runs. we were off to the races. and then he realized that, you know, this trade meant that we're not going to run this race. we're not even going to finish the race properly. and he decided no the to play anymore. and i think at that time, you
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